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The Top 10 Skills for the 21st Century Young Professional [Infographic] | The Savvy Intern by YouTern

The Top 10 Skills for the 21st Century Young Professional [Infographic] | The Savvy Intern by YouTern | Leadership | Scoop.it

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David Ednie's curator insight, November 14, 2013 3:58 AM

All important, but the critical difference maker that I see today is Entrepreneurialism: thinking like an Entrepreneur and not like an Employee.

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Top tips for leading remote teams

Top tips for leading remote teams | Leadership | Scoop.it
Martin Baker shares best practice from the Toolkit for Managers. Managing employees in different locations is an increasingly common challenge. These tips will help you support your remote team members.
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Get asked this all the time...here's a good approach to leading virtually
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Developing culture

Developing culture | Leadership | Scoop.it
When was the last time you took a positive decision to take a good look at your organisation?  We’re not talking here about changing a job title in response to the latest government missive on pay or restructuring a department in the light of technology developments.  Changes of that nature go on all the time in organisations but they are reactive rather than creative.  What we are thinking of here is deliberately taking time out to have a good hard look at the organisation and its culture.

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, November 23, 8:35 PM

Every leader has to work on this issue,,,

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Coaching models explored: VISTA

Coaching models explored: VISTA | Leadership | Scoop.it

I’ve written before in this blog about the uses and value of models in coaching, but I won’t apologise for repeating myself: Models are a great tool when coaching, particularly when you are fairly new to the role of coach, as whatever model you choose gives you something to focus on and which can lend structure to the conversation, which might otherwise tend to ramble, and may not actually achieve much.


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10 Steps to Successfully Executing a Good Idea

10 Steps to Successfully Executing a Good Idea | Leadership | Scoop.it

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Karen E Smith's curator insight, November 10, 9:45 AM

Education learns from business and business learns from education.

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agregar su visión ...

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COACHING vs. MENTORING

COACHING vs. MENTORING | Leadership | Scoop.it
If you really want to understand the difference between coaching and mentoring, author Nigel MacLennan in his book Coaching and Mentoring helps distinguish the difference between a coach and a mentor quite well.

“The two roles are worlds apart and overlapping, depending on which dimension they are compared.

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7 Things Warren Buffett Can Teach You About Leadership

Warren Buffett shares words of wisdom from decades of experience, success, and failure.
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What Keeps Employees Motivated?

What Keeps Employees Motivated? | Leadership | Scoop.it
Visit the post for more.

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Recognition, coaching and communication and did I say recognition ....thank and tell people they are doing a good job every chance you get. Its money in the bank of relationships and engagement.

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When You Criticize Someone, You Make It Harder for that Person to Change

When You Criticize Someone, You Make It Harder for that Person to Change | Leadership | Scoop.it
The defensive brain is not the listening-and-learning brain.

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Focus on a persons dreams to engage them and balance the feedback you give to develop them. Too many leaders only go one way.

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How to Transform a Millennial Employee into a Leader

How to Transform a Millennial Employee into a Leader | Leadership | Scoop.it
Many employers often see employees of the millennial generation (those born post-1985) as unreliable, egocentric and in perpetual need of instant gratifica

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Intersting read. As Millennials reshape leadership concepts employers need to rethink how to adapt and train to match. 

In the end one thing won't change and that how we communicate .... it scans every generation.

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UCLA's John Wooden Quotes on Teaching and Learning | The Next Generation of Educational Leadership Blog

UCLA's John Wooden Quotes on Teaching and Learning | The Next Generation of Educational Leadership Blog | Leadership | Scoop.it

In my research for What Teachers Can Learn from Sports Coaches, I discovered numerous quotes from successful coaches on the topics of teaching and learning.


Below are a handful of great quotes from John Wooden, legendary basketball coach at UCLA, who was recognized by many as a master teacher.


"If I am through learning, I am through."


"Pay attention to the details and the big things will take care of themselves."


"I deeply believed that the teacher and coach who has the ability to properly plan... from both the daily and the long-range point of view together with the ability to devise the necessary drills to meet his particular needs for maximum efficiency, has tremendously increased his possibility of success."


"Over-coaching can be more harmful than under-coaching. Keep it simple!"

"If we, as coaches, aren't teachers, we are nothing."


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The Ultimate Test of Leadership

The Ultimate Test of Leadership | Leadership | Scoop.it
The ultimate test of leadership is this: Do you as a leader have the ability to help common people achieve uncommon performance? Can you help a follower or a weak leader become a strong leader? A l...

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8 steps to being a better listener and leader

8 steps to being a better listener and leader | Leadership | Scoop.it
"If we were supposed to talk more than we listen, we would have two tongues and one ear." ~ Mark Twain At the beginning of my principal tenure, I was heav

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How Healthy is Your Team’s Culture?

How is contribution and teamwork measured in your organization? In many small businesses, tasks and deadlines are all encompassing. Leaders find themselves

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When You Give Your Team a Goal, Make It a Range

When You Give Your Team a Goal, Make It a Range | Leadership | Scoop.it

Goals! Managers love setting them. Employees (hopefully) want to achieve them. And for good reason. A well-constructed and thoughtfully considered goal can be extremely motivating and rewarding. It’s no surprise, then, that they are a staple of any modern day manager’s motivational toolkit. Want to focus your organization on winning new business? Then set the sales team a goal for the number of outbound calls made, business development meetings arranged, and trade show contacts followed up on. Need to increase your company’s customer satisfaction ratings? Then set a target for the time it takes associates to answer calls and for supervisors to resolve complaints, and tally the number of testimonials gained from delighted customers… you get the idea.


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Tactics for Asking Good Follow-Up Questions

Tactics for Asking Good Follow-Up Questions | Leadership | Scoop.it
How to really get a read on someone.

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The Tyranny of Indirect Feedback

The Tyranny of Indirect Feedback | Leadership | Scoop.it
Is Indirect Feedback used in your organization?
Do you prefer this model when dealing with sensitive issues?

The model of indirect feedback is one of the feedback models that I have been asked to use throughout my career.  Some executives actually prefer...

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, November 5, 9:55 PM

Leadership and branding expert, Lisa Manyoky joined me on ‪#‎HealthyLeadership‬ to explore the Tyranny of Indirect Feedback and how to make the GIANT LEAP from diversity to inclusion by minimizing the use of this exclusionary model.


Of course, leadership starts with us, so we also talked about how we can all be open to feedback in order to welcome others to talk to us directly.


Check it out at: ‪#‎HealthyLeadership‬

David Hain's curator insight, November 6, 2:58 AM

Being straight is kinder than being oblique through body language and hints!

donhornsby's curator insight, November 6, 8:33 AM

Self-reflection can be painful but as they say, no pain no gain.  

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4Us Chart to improve your presenting and Influencing Skills

4Us Chart to improve your presenting and Influencing Skills | Leadership | Scoop.it

There are HBR articles, several blogs, TED videos and much more but I wasn't able to find what I was looking for. Perfect opportunity for a blogger, isn't it? So here is my suggestion to improve your presenting & influencing skills.


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Lead On - Develop Leadership Skills for Life - My College Guide

Lead On - Develop Leadership Skills for Life - My College Guide | Leadership | Scoop.it
When most people hear the word "leader," they associate it with a position or title: boss, CEO, or team captain. But leadership doesn't have to be official, and you don't have to be an outgoing extrovert to lead.
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NoisyList | 11 Leadership Lessons From NBA Coach Phil Jackson

NoisyList | 11 Leadership Lessons From NBA Coach Phil Jackson | Leadership | Scoop.it
Leadership Lessons From Phil Jackson(NBA Coach) http://t.co/85wbkzE0lk
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Managing millenials: leadership secrets to building a happy workplace

Managing millenials: leadership secrets to building a happy workplace | Leadership | Scoop.it
Company cultures are responding to the needs of the next generation of employees. David Hassell explores three ways leaders can prepare their company

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Should Leaders Focus on Results, or on People?

It’s a trick question.

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What do you think? Research says you need a balance of both results driven mentality and social skills . Social skills are the trump card.

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15 Of The Best Leadership Books That Every Business Owner Needs To Read

15 Of The Best Leadership Books That Every Business Owner Needs To Read | Leadership | Scoop.it
Whether you are starting a Small Business or coaching a basketball team, you need to posess great skills in leadership. Leaders can either make or break a team or company.

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Hey also check out "Off the Bench Leadership" everyones got to start somewhere...

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Best advice from CEOs: 40 execs’ secrets to success

Best advice from CEOs: 40 execs’ secrets to success | Leadership | Scoop.it
We’ve gathered wisdom from those who have rocketed up the corporate ladder and helped others climb with them. Here, some valuable lessons on how to lead well, achieve more, and have fun doing it.

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Ahmed El Sheikh's curator insight, November 7, 6:15 AM

This is an extremely insightful collection of the hard learned lessons that made those people what they are today. 

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5 Skills You Must Acquire Before You Can Lead

5 Skills You Must Acquire Before You Can Lead | Leadership | Scoop.it
Build up these essential qualities, then you can leap forward to great heights.

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Presentation Zen: 10 tips for improving your presentations & speeches

Presentation Zen: 10 tips for improving your presentations & speeches | Leadership | Scoop.it
In September of this year, I was asked back to the TEDxKyoto stage to give a few words regarding tips from storytelling as they relate to modern presentations. The 15-minute talk can be viewed below. The title of the talk is "10 Ways to Make Better Presentations: Lessons from Storytellers." But as I say early in the presentation, perhaps a better subtitle would be "Lessons from watching too many Pixar films." Below the video I list the ten (actually eleven) lessons. It's not an exhaustive list by any means. But it's a start. (Link on YouTube.)

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